56 Comments Saturday, July 30th, 2005
Buffie the Body
But of course KING had to grant Buffie the Body a six-page spread. We havenâ€™t seen such a mesmerizing creation since glow-in-the-dark yo-yos.
Bruce Banner can blame his extreme makeover on Gamma-rays. What, prey tell, is Buffie The Bodyâ€™s excuse? Well, her hulking buttocksâ€™ origin is as follows [insert Trinaâ€™s â€œPull Overâ€ instrumental here]: Something strange happened seven years ago. An unassuming Buffie Carruth, long before her days as a thunder-clapping stripper and heart-stopping web model (Buffiethebody.com), started to notice a peculiar and rapid change in her physique. Formerly a size 3 in jeans, the Athens, Georgia nativeâ€™s body was transforming. Her final measurements were a mutant-like 34-27-45. When the big-bodied babe debuted in Tony Yayoâ€™s â€œSo Seductiveâ€ video, she left dudes waddling like penguinsâ€”take a second, think about it. Sure, reigning Queen of KING Ki Toy Johnson is still the G.O.A.T. around these parts, but Ms. Carruth is definitely gunning for that number one spot.
Answering the question plaguing the minds of people everywhere:
â€œYes, itâ€™s real! When a lot of people see my pictures, they automatically think Photoshop blew my ass up. People have actually seen it in person and they still donâ€™t believe it. I can see why people might think itâ€™s fake â€˜cause, shit, itâ€™s a one of a kind ass [laughs].â€
Candidly admitting her celebrity source:
â€œIf my ass were flat, Iâ€™d be in trouble [laughs]. I always wished my butt was bigger. But I feel if I had to choose, Iâ€™ll keep the ass â€˜cause Iâ€™ve never known somebody who got as far as I have, in such a short time, with just big titties.â€
Commenting on the issue of male size:
â€œYouâ€™re asking me if guys have to have a big dick? To me, itâ€™s how you work it. Size ainâ€™t no big issue with meâ€”it all depends how you use what you got. Just take your time and concentrate on what youâ€™re doing, Iâ€™m sure everything will come out right.â€
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